Growing hotties

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Watching what we eat

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Cuisine

Simply satisfying

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After a long flight back from California, I needed something comforting yet not complicated to facilitate my post-holiday re-entry to the working week. Consigliere Keith had been kind enough to give me a lift from DIA, and Louisville’s Via Toscana, an old standby, ...

Planting seeds

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The American menu today is crowded with many cuisines: Italian, Chinese, French, Japanese, German, Ethiopian, Irish, Vietnamese. With so many kinds of cooking, it can be easy to forget what is the most important cuisine of them all, that of American Indians. These ...

House cure for the common appetite

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Café Aion on the Hill, unlike other spots in this neighborhood, is less grab-and-go student hangout than leisurely neighborhood haunt serving all three meals. Its combination of wood and brick, coupled with ample sunlight and modernistic seating, give it a quality ...

Less theory, more advice with McGee’s ‘Keys to Good Cooking’

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Before there was Alton Brown’s “Good Eats...

Add Salt to your list

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Downtown Boulder’s Salt packs them in during weekday lunches, and other restaurants would be ecstatic to have comparable crowds at Friday dinner. One downside of this popularity is that consigliere Keith and I weren’t able to get a proper table in this venue, which ...

Bread pudding for breakfast?

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Bread pudding conjures up sweet dessert memories for many people, but this homey dish has a savory side too. It’s called a strata, and you can even serve it for breakfast...

It’s menudo time again

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With snow starting to fall on the ground, and the end of the year drawing near, I realized it was time to exercise a holiday tradition, the annual consumption of a bowl of menudo. This Mexican tripe stew, a special-occasion dish and supposed folk remedy for ...

A one-bite wonderland for your holiday open house

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A holiday open house often means open season on the host’s resources. Whether you use a caterer or prepare the food yourself, it’s possible to offer guests a feast for their senses without a feast on your nerves...

Old reliable May Wah

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Outside of Chinatowns and Asian communities, there’s a reassuring predictability to what’s on the menu at what one can categorize as Chinese-American restaurants. These aren’t places to get jellyfish appetizers, preserved duck egg congee or black bean oysters. ...

Mix it up with local holiday spirit

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Do crowded shopping malls and piles of unwritten greeting cards have you feeling out of season? Well, maybe holiday spirits will help get you into the holiday spirit...

Niwot’s gourmet pizzeria delivers

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This is the sort of place you’d find in the Northeast,” declared Kurt, a Massachusetts transplant, as we took our seats inside Lefty’s Gourmet Pizza and Ice Cream. We had been bicycling for the last few hours on the back roads north of Boulder when this homey Niwot...

Kitchen gifts: Little things that do a lot

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There are two ways to gift shop for a cook. You can drop a wad on a spectacular piece of equipment that will get used three or four times a year and sit in the pantry the rest of the time. Or you can convert a relatively small amount of money into a potful of tools...